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Hong Kong media exposed the real protagonist behind the Zhou Zhuohua case | Hong Kong media | Little Gambler | Shareholders | CCP | Wenzhou | Approval of arrests | Macau | Zhou Zhuohua | Xi Mihua | Suncity Group | Xi Jinping

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[Voice of Hope December 7, 2021](Comprehensive report by our reporter Han Mei)

Hong Kong media revealed on December 6 that the arrest of Macau’s “little gambling king” Zhou Zhuohua involved major national security issues behind the incident and was handled by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. Xi Jinping issued relevant orders six times.

Zhou Zhuohua, known as “Ximihua”, is the executive director, chairman of the board of directors and controlling shareholder of Suncity Group. The group is listed in Hong Kong. At the end of November, Zhou Zhuohua was apprehended by the Wenzhou City Procuratorate of the Communist Party of China and the Macau police arrested Zhou Zhuohua.

Sing Tao Daily quoted news on the 6th as saying that gambling funds out of mainland China exceed one trillion yuan each year. Xi Jinping issued instructions on cracking down on cross-border gambling at least six times, saying that cross-border gambling “has a serious impact on my country’s economic security, social stability, and national image. “Big problem”, the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China has officially deployed the crackdown on cross-border gambling since the beginning of last year, under the specific command of Wang Xiaohong, Executive Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Public Security.

Soon after Wang Xiaohong was promoted to secretary of the Party Committee of the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China at the end of November, Zhejiang Wenzhou police announced with a high profile that the “cross-border gambling criminal group headed by Zhou Zhuohua” was smashed.

Sing Tao Daily therefore stated, “It can be seen that although the police in Macau are responsible for the arrest, the entire heavy punching operation is actually led by the central government.” In other words, the case was actually led by Wang Xiaohong, Xi Jinping’s confidant in the political and legal system.

The report also specifically mentioned that although Zhao Kezhi, the Minister of Public Security of the Communist Party of China, emphasized in relevant meetings that Xi’s core “attaches great importance to the fight against cross-border gambling,” Macau casino operators have never stopped before Wang Xiaohong’s move.

Judging from the timing of Zhou Zhuohua’s arrest and the fact that the trader was Xi Jinping’s confidant in the report, the trend of this case is in line with what analysts said before that Xi Jinping intends to harvest the money of the Jiang Zeng faction behind Zhou Zhuohua.

After cracking down on Ma Yun and other high-tech industries and purging the entertainment industry controlled by Zeng Qinghuai, Xi Jinping started from the gaming industry and launched a new round of crackdowns on the Jiang Zeng faction, with the goal of next year’s 20th National Congress.

According to Cui Zizhao, a Macau media person, in an interview with Taiwan’s Yangguang recently, Zhou Zhuohua’s arrest may put an end to the Macau gambling era.

According to Cui Zizhao’s analysis, the six gambling cards in Macau’s gaming industry will expire in June next year. Recently, the Macau government announced that it will no longer focus on gaming and develop towards diversified industries, including the transfer of Macau residents to the mainland and integration into the so-called Greater Bay Area. From a long-term perspective, Cui Zizhao believes that the CCP will further grasp the economic lifeline of Hong Kong and Macau, and Macau’s future autonomy will decrease, and “one country, two systems” will be diluted again.

Editor in charge: Lin Li

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